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Water well records and well water quality in southwestern San Agustin Plains

Francis Xavier Bushman

Water well records and well water quality in southwestern San Agustin Plains

Catron County, New Mexico

by Francis Xavier Bushman

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Published in Socorro .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico,
  • Catron County.
    • Subjects:
    • Water-supply -- New Mexico -- Catron County.,
    • Water -- Composition.,
    • Borings -- New Mexico -- Catron County.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Other titlesSan Agustin Plains, Catron County, New Mexico.
      Statementby F. X. Bushman and C. P. Valentine.
      ContributionsValentine, C. P., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.N6 A235 no. 26
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 19 l.
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL255124M
      LC Control Numbergs 54000307
      OCLC/WorldCa3945918

      Study Area. Zhejiang Province, which is located in China’s eastern coastal area, is one of the most developed provinces in China. With an area of , km 2 and a population of million, Zhejiang is also one of the smallest and most densely populated provinces. The terrain in Zhejiang is complex and dominated by mountains and hills, which represent % of the area of the province. Where water completely fills an aquifer that is overlain by a confining bed, the aquifer is referred to as a confined (or artesian) aquifer. When a confined aquifer is penetrated by a well, the water level in the well will rise above the top of the aquifer (but not necessarily above land surface). Additional information is available. CASRN.

      Pearce element ratios and isotopic aspects of the question / M. Mikerman --The Horse Springs dacite-an enigmatic pyroclastic deposit at the edge of the Plains of San Agustin / J.C. Ratté, P.J. Modreski, W.C. McIntosh and R.M. Chamberlin --⁴⁰Ar/³⁹Ar geochronology of basaltic rocks and constraints on late Cenozoic stratigraphy and.   Water is everywhere, from huge oceans to invisible water molecules making up water vapor in the air. Of course you can see and feel the physical properties of water, but there are also many chemical, electrical, and atomic-scale properties of water that affect all life and substances on Earth. Use this list to investigate the properties of water.

      The dominant water quality pollutants in the region from agriculture include nutrients, salinity, pesticides, microbial pathogens, and sediment; many of these problems are also coincident with rapid growth and development in the region. Severe drought has affected much of the region during the last four years, further straining resources. Contaminated water, used for irrigation purposes or drinking, is the main cause for the occurrence of typhoid fever epidemics affecting all age groups. Since the supply of drinking water was inadequate in the urban areas in which they settled, the migration of rural people into the city was also a problem.


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Water well records and well water quality in southwestern San Agustin Plains by Francis Xavier Bushman Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Sincethe sparsely populated San Agustin Plains has been a controversial basin: a company applied for a permit to p acre-feet per year and to pipe that water to a region outside of the Plains. Inthe neighboring watershed to the south, Alamosa Creek — the only perennial stream in the region — faced similar pressure with a mining company exploring for beryllium.

That well is located in the Lake San Agustin playa in the far southwest end of the basin. Myers et al. () reported large concentrations of dissolved solids, sulfate and chloride in groundwater sampled from the Lake San Agustin playa, and suggested that it may reflect either residual water from the alkaline Pleistocene Lake San Agustin, or.

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